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Has President Joe Biden made any public statements on wanting to run for a second term? Yes, Joe Biden says he expects to run for reelection in 2024, March 25, 2021. “My plan is to run for reelection. That’s my expectation,” Biden told reporters on Thursday during his first news conference as president. He later reaffirmed that it’s his “expectation” he ...


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I'll add here that that statement of Biden came as a surprise to some given earlier reporting... Underscoring the single-term assumption was reporting like this from Ryan Lizza in Politico early in the campaign: “According to four people who regularly talk to Biden, all of whom asked for anonymity to discuss internal campaign matters, it is virtually ...


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As stated on a different site, law 5.4.A of the laws listed here would prevent this, because the law says: Allocation of deceased donor organs must not be influenced positively or negatively by political influence, national origin, ethnicity, sex, religion, or financial status. And status as a president is likely defined as political influence. However, ...


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While Biden was campaigning there was a perception among some that the Biden campaign itself had signaled that he might be a one-term president. In December 2019 Politico claimed "Biden signals to aides that he would serve only a single term". Biden pushed back on that speculation, saying "I don't have plans on one term". A May 2020 New ...


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Since the ratification of the Constitution, five incumbent U.S. presidents who were eligible for another term and who actively sought the presidential nomination1 have been denied it, all of them long before the primary era when being nominated for president only required a few hundred votes rather than millions: John Tyler (W/I2) in 1844 (the Whigs hated ...


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